There are literally thousands of job search websites on the Internet. But, where should you look for medical coding and billing jobs?
The first step is to identify the type of website for which you are looking:

  • Medical Coding Websites: Websites that list medical coding and billing jobs. These sites are targeted but may not list some jobs available on other websites.
  • Healthcare Websites: Websites that list healthcare jobs.
  • General Jobs Websites: Popular general-use websites on which companies post their job openings and which provide information on employment and salary trends and give advice on how to hunt for and apply to your dream job.
  • Professional Organizations: Websites for organizations that provide medical billing professional information and training and development opportunities.
  • Government Agencies: Websites setup by the government to help workers find jobs, including medical billing jobs.
  • Top Employers: Websites that list jobs available at organizations that employ medical coders.

The next step is to start looking!

Medical Coding Websites

All Medical Billing Jobs –

It doesn’t get much simpler than this. If you want to look for medical billing jobs on a no-frills, but easy to use website, this is perfect. Search by job title, keyword or company and then by location. You can refine your search as necessary and no registration is needed.

Medical-Billing Jobs – gives you several hundred job postings culled from a variety of larger job search sites. This is a good way to focus your search and listings by state are available if you need to narrow your search geographically.

Healthcare Websites –

This site is completely dedicated to healthcare careers with a dedicated section for medical coders. It offers a social network that allows you to go beyond simple job searches. Read members’ blog, job tips and engage in discussions about networking and career development.

Jobs in Health Care –

A job search engine specifically for those in health care, several hundred medical billing positions are posted. You will need to search carefully, as jobs may be posted under coding, coder or billing.

Biohealthmatics –

Limited to healthcare information jobs, Biohealthmatic is a tightly targeted job site. One of the advantages of this site is that it offers company profiles for those with medical coding positions open. Plus you can post your resume, check out industry news and join in on active discussion boards.

Healthcarejobs –

Health Care Jobs maintains an extensive list of healthcare positions with many helpful links, including resume and networking tips, and career information. This site is a must see for those interested in building a long-term career.

Allied Health Careers –

Allied Health Careers is a healthcare career site that allows users to search in a variety of ways, from industry to location. Users can register to post a resume and search for positions. The site offers salary guides, resume tips and blunders to avoid, as well as key industry information.

Health Direction –

At Health Direction, medical coders and billers can manage their careers with helpful resources, post their resumes and search for jobs across the country. Subscribe to the RSS feed and you’ll be notified whenever new medical coding jobs become available.

Medical –

This nationwide health care jobs listing site advertises for all health care occupations, including medical coders and billers. It is well-organized and offers a free online resume builder and you can do many different search routines by state, major city, occupation, etc.

HealtheCareers –

While there are just a few dozen medical coding and billing positions, Healthecareers allows you to search by specialty, location, career level, and date posted. The site is free, but you need to register to access all the site services.

Modern Healthcare –

A professional looking site with a job section focuses on health care positions around the country, you’ll find the latest in industry news, new job postings and an easy to use searchable directory.

Professional Organizations

Black Collegiate Services –

A job search site for African-American college students, this free resource is a full-service site that lets you log in to manage your resume, saved search agents and account info, plus you can learn more about diversity-committed employers interested in finding the best employees. Just type “Medical Billing” in the search engine and start looking.

Government Agencies

USA Jobs –

The U.S. Government is the largest employer in the United States and includes over 208,000 medical and health care workers, including medical assistants. Information includes job openings, pay scales, veterans and the disabled recruitment, and job search techniques and resources plus valuable web site links.

Top Employers (hospitals, insurance companies, etc)

Warm Springs –

The site posts employment listings for Post Acute Medical and its subsidiaries Warm Springs Hospital System and Northshore Specialty Hospital, for people with injuries, illness and disabilities. Positions are located in Pennsylvania and Texas.

Ardent Health –

This site is perfect for medical billers and coders interested in available positions in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ardent Health owns and operates about sixteen psychiatric hospitals, a rehabilitation hospital, a multi-specialty physician group, a 220,000 member health plan, retail pharmacies and a medical lab.

Beverly Enterprises Inc.

If you are looking for medical coding and billing positions in Arkansas, Beverly Enterprises’ site offer information and online applications for the largest post-acute health provider in the state. The healthcare system includes 16 free-standing assisted living centers, hospice centers and home health care agencies.

HCR Manor Care –

If you are interested in being a medical biller or coder for a long term health care company, Manor Care site’s offers hundreds of opportunities. Manor Care offers more than 500 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies across the country.

Kindred Healthcare –

If you are interested in becoming a medical coder or billing specialist with Kindred Hospital, this site provides information on one of its 100 specialty centers across Kentucky. You can apply online and learn more about why Kindred was named one of the best places to work in the state.

Select Medical Corporation

Select Medical Corporation is one of the largest healthcare providers in Pennsylvania, with 79 acute care centers. Apply online to become a medical biller or coding specialist and you’ll receive an email confirmation of your application.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) –

CTCA offers comprehensive cancer treatment in hospitals in suburban Chicago, Philadelphia, Tulsa, and suburban Phoenix.  Apply online to become a medical billing specialist or coder.

General Jobs Sites

Career Builder –

The medical coding section of has thousands of medical coding jobs in many different specialties. Use the search feature to narrow your search by location and specialty.  Submit your resume by clicking “Apply Now” on any listing.  To increase the likelihood of a positive response, visit the company’s website and contact them directly – is the largest job site on the internet and has a special section on medical coding that list many medical coding positions in a variety of specialties. Plus, you can sign up to receive information via email on new listings that meet your search criteria. – lists hundreds of potential jobs for medical coders, and it’s easy to search by entering your zip code. Plus, stay up to date by subscribing to the RSS feed. When applying online, make sure your email address is professional, but not attached to your current job. –
It’s not the prettiest online site, but with two million job listings, you won’t want to miss it. Medical coders will have to search under both coding and billing to get the maximum benefit of this site. The site posts positions from staffing agencies as well as hospital and physician’s offices. –

Simply Hired collects job postings from around the web, so you’ll get a nice assortment of listings, even if they aren’t unique. However, make sure you use a variety of search terms for medical coding and billing or you won’t get the full benefit of the site’s postings. –

An easy to use site makes your next medical coding job easy to find. Simply type in a keyword and location and hundreds of jobs are available. Narrow your search by posting date, distance, education and career level, and you’ll be ready to apply in minutes. Subscribe to the RSS feed for regular e-mail updates as well.

NationJob Network –

The incredibly informative and well-organized website features a healthcare section, which offers a Personal Job Scout, which notifies you via email about suitable jobs.

Job seekers can create a free job scout account by entering a valid email address, and choosing a password

Don’t Forget –

Craigslist has plenty of job listings for medical billing specialists in major metropolitan areas. Find medical billing jobs in any city that you are interested in by entering the job title in the search box, or look under medical/healthcare section in jobs.

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